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Family Stress & Parenting Support

When a child is struggling with a mental health problem, the whole family is affected. Some of these programs can provide you with the most effective tools to help your child succeed.

We Can Help

Not sure about what your child is experiencing? Give us a call: 305-348-0477.

Programs & Services

  • Individual Treatment - Tailored treatment that meets your child or your family’s needs. Call 305-348-0477 or email for more information.
  • Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) - A treatment program for parents of children ages 2-7 with behavioral problems (e.g., aggression, non-compliance, defiance, and temper tantrums) that focuses on promoting positive parent-child relationship and teaches parents effective child management skills. For more information, call 305-348-0477.
  • Parenting Strategies Group - Weekly parenting classes where children participate in social skills groups while parents work together to learn behavior management techniques and solve problems. This program helps parents promote positive changes in their children’s home and school behavior. Sessions in Spanish are also available (ages 5-11). For more information, call 305-348-0477.
  • Saturday Treatment Program - Expanded Parenting Strategies program that includes recreational sport activities for participating children. For more information, call 305-348-0477.
  • The Incredible Years® - A FREE 12-week evidence-based program providing interactive, skill-based support for parents and caregivers of children with behavioral issues. We will help you navigate tough challenges and provide you with effective strategies to promote positive changes in their children's home and school behavior. Parents meet as a group and are given opportunities to collectively and individually develop new strategies for managing their children and working together in collaborative partnerships. Children may also receive training via the optional Child Enrichment Activity to practice social skills, learn how to follow rules and cooperate, express emotions, problem solve, manage anger, and make good friends. Call 305-348-0477 for more information. To view the flyer, click here.


Some of these programs and services may offer research opportunities to help us advance the way we treat child mental health problems. You can choose not to participate in the research opportunities.

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